Mike Minton Vice President Texas SBA Lending - Midwest Regional Bank

Mike joins Midwest Regional Bank with over 30 years’ experience in small business development and SBA loan financing. He served as the founding exc. Director of the Ark-Tex Regional Development Company where his accomplishments resulted in his nomination as East Texan of the year from the Texas Chamber of Commerce. As owner of Michael P Minton, Inc. financial consulting and real estate development, he packaged and secured over $200 million in SBA 504, 7a, EDA and conventional mortgage financing creating Thousands of new jobs. Mike has served on the SBA region six advisory board and SCORE.

Mike is also a state and national award winning small businessperson. He personally utilized SBA 504 and 7a companion loans to fund his award winning small business where he managed 7 department heads and over 200 employees. Club Industry recognized his business, Minton’s Sportsplex, as The BEST OF THE BEST. He is a past recipient of the Texas Small Business Partner in Education award. His company’s selection by SBA as a TOP 100 Small Business in America landed Mike the 2012 State of Texas Small Business Person of the Year by SBA and worked with the Presidents Small Business Advisory team.

“I am passionate about the SBA and their loan programs. My goal, here at Mid-West Regional Bank, is to share my experience and business knowledge with our current and future customers. By locating, coaching, packaging and funding existing and new star-up businesses I want to contribute to the growth of MWRB’s SBA loan portfolio

Presenting in the following seminars/workshops:

Friday, January 19, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
How to Prepare to Meet with Lenders

Booth 753

Presented by: Derenda Fisher, Lender Relations Specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration - Dallas/Fort Worth and Mike Minton, Vice President Texas SBA Lending, Midwest Regional Bank

Finding adequate funding to successfully operate a small business is essential. Although a business owner may have enough funds open their new business, the owner may lack the funding necessary to keep their doors open. In this workshop, attendees will gain a basic understanding of the key steps to getting their business off the ground and learn about the various financing options available, what banks look for when lending money and what local resources are available to assist them in starting and growing their small business.
Supported by U.S. Small Business Administration

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